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Enrollment in grades 1 through 8 hovers between 200-215 students. In grade 9, enrollment dropped 13% (~30 students). Enrollment in grades 9 through 11 hovers between 170-185 students.
This trend is similar to that of other graduating classes.
Children from families with incomes at or below 185% of the poverty level (currently $30,895/year for a family of four) are considered low-income.
The graph illustrates the percentage of students qualifying for low-income status (free or reduced lunch) since 2004, compared to the percent of qualifying students in the state. Both the district and state percentages have increased at a similar rate over time.
The graph illustrates the percentage of students that were on Individual Education Plans since 2006 compared to the state percentage. It shows a steady increase in the number of students needing various specialized services or interventions in order to access the curriculum in a similar manner to their peers.
This graph shows the number of English Language Learners (ELL) in the district. Note the number of ELL students has doubled since 2012, legally requiring additional staffing for the district. We currently service students speaking nine different primary languages.